Oddball Films presents the 51st monthly screening of Strange Sinema, featuring new finds, buried junk and avant-garde gems from the archive. Films include the Ingmar Bergman spoof The Dove (1968); Claude (A Man and a Woman) LeLouch's remarkable stream of consciousness Shah's eye views of Iran (1971) complete with 70s wah-wah guitar infused euro-pop soundscore; Chemical Booby Traps (1960s) GE's explosive how-not-to industrial short; what Rick the slob spread the soap around in Personal Health for Boys (1971); the famed erotic short Lovemaking (1970) by film-pioneer Scott Bratlett, Elda Hartley's Islamic Mysticism: The Sufi Way (1971) shot in Morocco, Turkey and India with entrancing footage of whirling dervishes and the search for god, Ken Rudolph's Gallery (1971), a history of world art in 8 minutes! Plus! Oddball Films fan favorite The Cat Who Drank and Used Too Much (1987) about a alcohol and drug-using cat!
Date: Saturday, April 28th, 2012 at 8:00pm
Venue: Oddball Films, 275 Capp Street, San FranciscoAdmission: $10.00 - Limited Seating RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-558.8117